The smaller of the two is the GL2706PQ, which features a 27-inch LED backlit panel display with a QHD 2,560 x 1,440-pixel resolution, along with BenQ’s Eye-Care technology to allow it to reduce eye fatigue.
The monitor also takes advantage of BenQ’s ZeroFlicker technology that reduces screen flicker, as well as their Low Blue Light mode to reduce the stress on your eyes when using the monitor for an extended time.
To top that off, it also comes with a 1ms response time, an ergonomic height-adjustable stand, built-in speakers, a DisplayPort, and an HDMI connection.
The second monitor is the GC2870H, which only features a 28-inch Full HD 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution LED monitor, but it does also come with those Eye-care technologies that we previously mentioned about the GL2706PQ.
The monitor also has an 85-percent NTSC colour gamut, with a 3000:1 contrast ratio, 16.7 million colour shades, a 178-degree wide viewing angles, and HDMI connectivity.
In the US, the GC2706PQ is priced at $299, and the GC2870H is priced at $189. In the UK, the GC2870H is £160, however, we don’t know about the UK pricing for the GC2706PQ just yet.